Cartoons: Isn’t It Ironic?

Some define irony as sarcasm or satire. Others may say it's the opposite of wrinkly. Our cartoonists define it as funny!

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Some define irony as sarcasm or satire. Others may say it’s the opposite of wrinkly. Our cartoonists define it as funny!

Have a nice day! from May/June 1976

"Have a nice day."
May/June 1976

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"I'm afraid we'll have to pay him—his house really was damaged by an earthquake
during a solar eclipse
in the middle of a blizzard in July."
December 1987

“My wife has had a face-lift, breast implants, and liposuction. Last night she complained that I’m not the man she married!” from November/December 2003

"My wife has had a face-lift, breast implants,
and liposuction. Last night she complained
that I’m not the man she married!"
November/December 2003

“I don't get it. When I was sick, I walked into the hospital. Now that I'm well, I leave in a wheelchair,” from September/October 2002

"I don’t get it. When I was sick,
I walked into the hospital. Now that I’m well,
I leave in a wheelchair."
September/October 2002

“NOW it rains!” from May/June 1973

"NOW it rains!"
May/June 1973

“Now all we need are friends,” from September 1975

"Now all we need are friends."
September 1975

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